The local unit of government in Lincoln Township is the Town of Lincoln. The Town of Lincoln is governed by elected representatives – a Town Chair, two Supervisors, Town Clerk and Town Treasurer. All positions are elected for two year terms in April of the odd numbered years. New officers are sworn into office at the April meeting of the Town Board.
The Town Hall is located at 9110 Perida Road, Webster, WI 54893.
Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Agendas and Minutes of all meetings are posted at the Town Hall, Perida Cemetery and Karlsborg Cemetery. You can also view them on the Agendas & Minutes page.
ATVs are allowed on all township roads. See the Town of Lincoln All-Terrain Vehicle Route Ordinance for more information.
The final estimate of the January 1, 2015 population for the Town of Lincoln in Burnett County is 309.
Approximately 256 of the estimated population for the Town of Lincoln are of voting age. This approximation is a courtesy estimate that helps you comply with Wisconsin Statute 5.66, which requires municipal clerks to approximate the number of electors prior to elections. The voting age population was calculated by applying the 2010 Census proportion of persons age 18 and over to the final January 1 estimate.
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Poll Workers are needed in Lincoln Township to serve at the polls.
Election workers receive $11 per hour and the Chief Election Inspector pay is $13 per hour.
Please contact Wanda Washkuhn, Town Clerk, at 715-866-4201 for more information.